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Investors need to take off the blinkers

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Colin Fitzgerald of Invesco
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Colin Fitzgerald of Invesco

One of the keys to successful investing is to recognise the bigger picture.

Today, amid incessant change and churn, it is especially important to think about the long term, to think thematically and - maybe above all - to think globally. Short-termism may be the most well-known...

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